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Asthmatic pregnant women who smoke are at greater risk for pregnancy complications than nonsmokers
These complications included gestational diabetes, hemorrhaging (severe bleeding) before giving birth, having too much amniotic fluid surrounding the baby and having their water break early (premature rupture of membranes.) Other complications that asthmatic women were at higher risk for included needing an emergency cesarean section, having babies who were underweight or small for the pregnancy week when they were born or having babies with birth defects. Compared to non-asthmatic andnon-smoking women, non-smoking women with asthma had about 1.3 times greater odds of gestational diabetes, premature rupture of membranes or a pregnancy complication related to high blood pressure. Meanwhile, women who smoked during pregnancy, regardless of whether they had asthma or not, were at a higher risk for having their water break early or having too much amniotic fluid around the bay. Pregnant smokers were also at higher risk for experiencing a hemorrhage before giving birth, compared to non-asthmatic, non-smoking pregnant women. In the women who smoked, the more cigarettes they smoked each day, the more their risks for these complications increased. Women who were both asthmatic and smoking had even higher risks for complications. For example, an asthmatic woman had 50 percent increased odds for having too much amniotic fluid around her baby, but a smoking, asthmatic woman had 90 percent increased odds of this complication.
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